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how to upload lightroom classic collections to Flickr

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LrC 12.3
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I want to be able to create collections in LrC, and then effectively drag that collection into the Flickr publish service, rather than having to create a duplicate collection in the Flickr publish collection. is this possible?

thanks!
 
I want to be able to create collections in LrC, and then effectively drag that collection into the Flickr publish service, rather than having to create a duplicate collection in the Flickr publish collection. is this possible?

thanks!

No matter how you get images in the Flickr Publish Service, you will have a collection in the Flickr Publish Service. If you want to duplicate the collection from the collection panel, You can Create a Smart Publish Collection that mirrors what in in the named Collection With the following criteria {Collection}{Contains}{[Collection Name]}


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You can go the other way with Smart Collections. I will put images in a Smugmug Published Collection and then create a local Smart Collection that has a selection criteria that is Published Collection, Contains All, and then the full name of the smugmug collection. So that way I only have to put the images in the Publish collection and the Smart collection auto updates. Otherwise you have to add images to both to keep them the same.
 
But either way with the above two options for using a smart collection, you can't get around the fact that you will have to create two collections, one in the collecitons panel and one in the Flickr Publish Service.
 
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